Let’s not forget that smartphones are not confine to the Google Nexus One or the iPhone. Nokia has it’s own smartphone too and its called N900. And in case you’re not aware, the N900 is powered by the Linux-based Maemo5 mobile operating systems, making this Nokia smartphone almost like your usual mini internet device.
So, if you’re a Nokia N900 user, you’ll be glad to know that the Nokia Ovi Store is now available for N900 handsets. What? You don’t know what the Nokia Ovi Store is? Well, if you’re an iPhone user like me, you can think of the Nokia Ovi Store as the iTunes Apps Store for Nokia high-end devices.
With the Nokia Ovi Store now accessible from N900 devices, you can now download apps and games and install it as quickly as possible to your N900 devices. The Nokia Ovi Store that you access from your N900’s home screen is tailored for the unit’s screen real estate giving you an organized way of browsing for these apps and games.
Some of the nice mobile apps that you can download from the Nokia Ovi Store include Qik video app and TuneWiki, a lyric-search app. You can also download various themes and other personalization stuff from the Nokia Ovi Store to make your N900 unit truly your own.
Originally posted on January 12, 2010 @ 5:11 pm